This young lady (along with her mom, dad and brother) broke the record for largest and most clever blueberry container. Behold 30 pounds of blueberries all ready to travel home to become yummy goodies and I’m sure to be frozen. Freezing blueberries is quite easy. Spread the blueberries in a single layer on a cookie sheet and place the sheet in your freezer. When the blueberries are frozen, remove from the freezer and pack in freezer bags. Remove all air from the bags and send your frozen blueberries back to the freezer. They should stay fresh for up to one year.
Friends George, Lisa and Lexi were out to visit this past weekend and found a blueberry jackpot out in the back of our first field. The rain has actually been great for the blueberries and coupled with some much needed sun and heat, the crop is truely one of the best. You will not be disappointed when you come to pick blueberries this summer!
Today was a perfect day for a swim and late this afternoon a river otter was spotted sunning himself in the pond on the big rock. So far this week we have spotted the otter, deer in our third field, a mink diving into the pond, an eagle circling over the second field after we had closed last night and a Scarlet Tanager bird in the first field. Come early for the best chance of spotting some wildlife and be very very quiet!